LSH appointed at fast growing West Midlands distribution park
The 51,500 sq ft and 66,500 sq ft units currently under construction are expected to reach practical completion in Q4 of this year. They form the final third phase of Wellesbourne Distribution Park's expansion.
Northampton office market to benefit from ambitious investment in the town
Ambitious plans for town centre regeneration will continue to boost fortunes and attract inward investment to Northampton, according to a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
Milton Keynes set for office take-up boost
Despite a slow level of office take-up in Milton Keynes in H1 2017, the market is set to be boosted in the second half of 2017, thanks to a number of deals in the pipeline, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.
East Midlands responding to the changing face of the region's office market
The East Midlands office market is responding well to a marked shift away from one led by professional services in favour of the technology sectors, a new report from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has revealed.
Long term leisure investment sold for 1.2 million
A prominent commercial premises in a thriving Birmingham suburb has been sold to a private investor for £1,225,000, providing a net initial yield of 5%.
Opportunities in Midlands Engine office market are abundant
The opportunities for growth and return on investment in the office market in the Midlands Engine region are abundant, according to national property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH). The Midlands Engine Office Market Report 2017 focuses on eight key regions in the Midlands Engine area: Birmingham city centre, Birmingham out of town, Coventry, Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Milton Keynes and Northampton.
Britain’s biggest Chinese supermarket group appoints LSH
Wing Yip, Britain’s biggest Chinese supermarket group, has appointed LSH to manage its four business centres.
Speculative development vital to the success of the Midlands Engine office market
An acute shortage of quality supply is the main challenge to the long-term vitality of the Midlands Engine’s office centres, according to Lambert Smith Hampton. The national property consultancy’s MIDLANDS ENGINE OFFICE MARKET REPORT states that it is up to the property industry, stakeholders and occupiers to take advantage of this lack of quality office space.
LSH industrial surveyor Gemma Butler to be new RICS MATRICS chair in the West Midlands
RICS Matrics Birmingham has appointed a new Chair, Gemma Butler, who hopes to address the skills crisis and diversity and inclusion in her new role on behalf of the networking and support group for local surveying students and trainees.
Millions invested in West Midlands property
Investment activity in the West Midlands commercial property sector – and right across the Midlands Engine region - in the run-up to the EU referendum was well above the same period last year, new figures from Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) show.